Nat vs Oat - What's the difference?

nat | oat |

As nouns the difference between nat and oat

is that nat is a groove, a fold while oat is (uncountable) widely cultivated cereal grass, typically avena sativa .

As a pronoun nat

is .




(Acronym) (head)
  • (Internet) A network function whereby one network address is rewritten (translated) to another address: Network Address Translation is frequently used to allow multiple network nodes (computers or inter-networked devices) to share a single internet (or local network) IP address. NAT may be used in "one to one", "many to one", or "one to many" types of configurations.
  • (Internet) A device that implements that network function; a NAT firewall.
  • Anagrams




    (wikipedia oat)


  • (uncountable) Widely cultivated cereal grass, typically Avena sativa .
  • The oat stalks made good straw.
    The main forms of oat are meal and bran.
    World trade in oat is increasing.
  • (countable) Any of the numerous species, varieties, or cultivars of any of several similar grain plants in genus Avena .
  • The wild red oat''' is thought to be the ancestor of modern food '''oats .
  • (usually, as plural) The seeds of the oat, harvested as a food crop.
  • Derived terms

    * animated oat * oatmeal * rolled oats * be off one's oats * feel one's oats * sow one's wild oats * wild red oat

    See also

    * bran


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